Wired Church 2.0 is the go-to guide for church staff and volunteers coordinating multimedia digital technology for worship, the classroom, and marketing. Covering everything from website design and trends in digital media to selecting and training your media team.
Wilson and Moore were on the leading edge of media ministry with their 1999 volume The Wired Church: Making Media Ministry. Wired Church 2.0 is the guidebook for a new generation of technology, addressing new multimedia trends, including blogs, podcasts, streaming video, and more. Wired Church 2.0 is a comprehensive how-to book written in an easy-to-understand "dummies' guide" style. Church media coordinators will learn about the technology, costs, methods, and tricks-of-the-trade for producing high-quality web and video elements for worship, education, and marketing.
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Date:August 19, 2008
Description: The Wired Church 2.0If you think media ministry doesn't belong in church, read this book! If you aren't sure how to accomplish a media ministry, read this book! If your media ministry is established, read this book!The author writes, "the focus of the gospel storyteller is to use media technology as a tool, not a toy." This book is by far the best (tool) on the subject of media ministry. It begins with establishing a basis for the need for media ministry and then sets forward practical advice for establishing that ministry in your church.If you're looking for a book to help with media ministry, THIS IS IT. Look no further. Whether your ministry is beginning or established, this book is a MUST READ!